Facing the Future: Worcester’s Green Plan to Prepare for Climate Change

Worcester Magazine, Nov. 9, 2020

 

"Paul Popinchalk, of 350 Central Mass, said, 'In general, I’m very impressed with the Green Worcester Plan. It’s doing all the right things, just not fast enough. Climate change is happening now, not in the future. We cannot wait until 2045, we need this tomorrow. City officials can’t do this themselves, they can only enable us. We the people need to own this and respond now.'”

 

 

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Standing Against the Odds

What Drives Members of 350 Central Mass in the Fight

Against Fossil Fuels

Worcester Magazine, Oct. 26, 2020

“'Climate change is a crisis that affects everything and will be

affected by everything,' said Errica Saunders, a member of

350 Central Mass. 'If climate change affects

your food security, then you aren’t going to be able to afford

the food to put on your table if we don’t raise the

minimum wage.'”

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                                350 Central Mass gathered in Holden on Nov. 21 to display signs                                      demanding climate action at the local, state and national levels. We were                                at Lincoln Square in Worcester on Oct. 22 and at Insititue Park on Oct.                                    29. The receptions everywhere were great!  

                              We advocate for the State House to pass a climate bill NOW and ban dirty                        biofueled power generation, and for America to build a 100% renewable                                grid by 2035, electrify everything, and promote environmental justice for                                all. Because the climate crisis affects everyone, and we’re running out of                                time to save the planet. 

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